March has been a busy month for the technical communications community. Our coverage included news on new products, new research and new alliances. Plus great user assistance knowledge shared from WritersUA 2012. And as always, leading lights and lesser-knowns (but extraordinarily worthy) in technical communications share opinions and insights on technical writing, content, information design and more. Our roundup includes links to book and product reviews, interviews, news, and views–about the value of technical communications, how to demonstrate it, and what it means to our future. We’ve also pulled together some interesting and useful posts on techniques and how-tos and advancing on the career path.
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